ANU recognises the importance of the heritage values of its campuses including historic, natural and Indigenous values. The University manages its heritage values in line with its obligations under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and other relevant statutory and best practice frameworks.
The University seeks an experienced for the provision of specialist advice on legislative compliance and assisting in the development of specialised strategies, policies and procedures to enable the best practice conservation and management of the heritage values of places under the ownership or control of ANU.
Reporting to the Manager, Sustainability and Heritage, the University Heritage Advisor works in close collaboration with the Facilities and Services team and across the University. The position also provides widespread support to the University community in communicating and celebrating the heritage of ANU to internal and external audiences.
The ANU is looking for a qualified, experienced and highly motivated candidate with excellent communication and organisational skills and a strong commitment to innovation and continuous improvement. A demonstrated understanding of best practice in heritage management, legislative compliance and problem solving skills, with the ability to interpret and apply policies and procedures is essential.
ANU provides support for continuing professional development.
This opportunity is being offered as a full-time, fixed term contract of 12 months, commencing start of February 2020 as part of a leave coverage arrangement.
For more information and to apply for this position, please visit: https://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/534146/university-heritage-advisor